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  • January 8, 2024 -

    As we head into 2024, here are three trends that manufacturers of all sizes should be watching. Environmental health and safety PFAS — perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl…

    January 8, 2024 -

    As we head into 2024, here are three trends that manufacturers of all sizes should be watching. Environmental health and safety PFAS — perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl…

  • October 16, 2023 -

    When Connecticut saw a jump in COVID-19 cases in September, Abby M. Warren, a partner at law firm Robinson+Cole, started to get a trickle of calls from employers interested in policy…

    October 16, 2023 -

    When Connecticut saw a jump in COVID-19 cases in September, Abby M. Warren, a partner at law firm Robinson+Cole, started to get a trickle of calls from employers interested in policy…

  • August 21, 2023 -

    Abby Warren is a partner in the labor and employment group at Robinson & Cole LLP, a law firm founded in Hartford in 1845. Warren is admitted to practice law in Connecticut, New York,…

    August 21, 2023 -

    Abby Warren is a partner in the labor and employment group at Robinson & Cole LLP, a law firm founded in Hartford in 1845. Warren is admitted to practice law in Connecticut, New York,…

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    August 7, 2023 -

    As we move into the height of summer, employers may be preparing to host activities and events aimed at increasing engagement and morale, fostering camaraderie, and having fun as a team. …

    August 7, 2023 -

    As we move into the height of summer, employers may be preparing to host activities and events aimed at increasing engagement and morale, fostering camaraderie, and having fun as a team. …

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    May 1, 2023 -

    With Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start to summer, just a few weeks away, employers may be preparing to welcome summer interns into the workplace. What are the legal requirements…

    May 1, 2023 -

    With Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start to summer, just a few weeks away, employers may be preparing to welcome summer interns into the workplace. What are the legal requirements…

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    January 9, 2023 -

    Following a global pandemic and resulting tight labor market, and with a potential recession on the horizon, employers should consider focusing on active performance management for a number of…

    January 9, 2023 -

    Following a global pandemic and resulting tight labor market, and with a potential recession on the horizon, employers should consider focusing on active performance management for a number of…

  • March 28, 2022 -

    With the days warming and COVID-19 abating, the next few weeks will show how much of the state’s white-collar workforce will ultimately head back into centralized offices, particularly in downtown…

    March 28, 2022 -

    With the days warming and COVID-19 abating, the next few weeks will show how much of the state’s white-collar workforce will ultimately head back into centralized offices, particularly in downtown…

  • February 14, 2022 -

    Following the Biden administration’s withdrawal last month of a COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandate, many larger Connecticut employers are relieved they won’t have to comply, especially amid a…

    February 14, 2022 -

    Following the Biden administration’s withdrawal last month of a COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandate, many larger Connecticut employers are relieved they won’t have to comply, especially amid a…

  • September 6, 2021 -

    For Central Wire Industries, the Canadian parent company of Pomfret cable and wire rope manufacturer Loos & Co., a decisive moment in its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic came when multiple…

    September 6, 2021 -

    For Central Wire Industries, the Canadian parent company of Pomfret cable and wire rope manufacturer Loos & Co., a decisive moment in its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic came when multiple…

  • September 6, 2021 -

    “Extraordinary” and “kind of incredible” is how some labor lawyers are describing a new state law aimed at giving certain workers laid off because of COVID-19 first crack at their old jobs when…

    September 6, 2021 -

    “Extraordinary” and “kind of incredible” is how some labor lawyers are describing a new state law aimed at giving certain workers laid off because of COVID-19 first crack at their old jobs when…

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    June 14, 2021 -

    As employers call their workers back to offices and work sites, labor attorneys are preparing to litigate cases sussing out employee rights to medical privacy and employers’ responsibility to provide…

    June 14, 2021 -

    As employers call their workers back to offices and work sites, labor attorneys are preparing to litigate cases sussing out employee rights to medical privacy and employers’ responsibility to provide…

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    July 17, 2018 -

    The Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame in New Haven, which honors the achievements of women and girls, has named seven new members to its Board of Trustees.

    July 17, 2018 -

    The Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame in New Haven, which honors the achievements of women and girls, has named seven new members to its Board of Trustees.

Today's Poll

Should state lawmakers pass a bill that would allow municipalities to create ordinances to license and regulate short-term rental properties?
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The state is weighing different methods to rein in the growing number of residential properties listed on short-term rental apps and websites like Airbnb and Vrbo.

West Hartford is trying to address the issue through enforcement of the town’s zoning regulations, which town officials say do not permit short-term rentals.

The issue also has been taken up by the General Assembly, which is considering a bill that would allow municipalities to create ordinances to license and regulate short-term rental properties, as well as to hire experts to help develop regulations to “properly manage these uses.”

A report prepared for legislators about the bill states that “increased traffic, noise, parking issues and other concerns” have prompted many municipalities “to consider efforts to regulate such rentals.”

This is no small fight. According to AirDNA, an app and website that tracks short-term rentals, the market has grown, with 2.46 million active listings nationwide in 2023. As of early April, there were 73 active short-term rental listings in West Hartford, up 49% over the past year, AirDNA said.